Diving for Conch in the Bahamas

Submitted by: squrlz4ever 1 week ago in Lifestyle Misc
It's been awhile since we've hung out with the beautiful Luiza, of "Fishing with Luiza." Let's go!




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I'm happy for her to keep selling her body :).. but she looks a bit cold :)
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Male 10,070
bret_watson First comment: I think you put too fine a point on it. She has a great figure and, yes, it attracts attention. I don't think there's anything wrong with it. The phrase "selling her body" makes it sound like prostitution, which it isn't.

Second comment: I don't find her cold at all. Or... maybe you're talking about her nipples? Yes, those look a bit chilled, bless her.
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Male 195
squrlz4ever "maybe you're talking about her nipples? Yes, those look a bit chilled, bless her."

I don't know when this was filmed, but the ocean temperature around the Bahamas now is about 22ºC, and that, as you suggested, is a bit nippy.
I believe that many IABers would be willing to help her warm up after her dive, if that wouldn't rub her the wrong way.
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Male 3,051
Got stuck in the airport in Rock Sound, Eleutherea due to plane issues one time. The local customs agent's daughter had a concession stand and she sold a thing she called Scorch Conch.  It was marinated conch in a clear Bahamas spiced liquid and one of the most delicious things I've ever eaten. Hot but not too and an amazing mixture of the West Indian peppers from the area.
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Male 46,093
Isn't she taking too many?  Doesn't seem wise.
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Male 3,051
Gerry1of1 Most of those were empty. You can tell because of the shit on the shell. The live ones don't have that buildup.
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Male 46,093
scheckydamon  Yes but aren't the empty ones homes to other animals?
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Male 3,051
Gerry1of1 I would think other crabs might do it like a hermit but I don't know of any.
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Male 46,093
scheckydamon   octopus



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Male 3,051
Gerry1of1 OK but I'm still really just interested in her T&A. Luiza not the conch.
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Male 46,093
scheckydamon   
You mean you're more into the cooch than the conch?
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Male 3,051
Gerry1of1 More like I can think of a special bowl I’d like to eat the conch out of.
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Male 10,070
scheckydamon I'm inclined to forgive Luiza for anything.  @[email protected]
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Male 3,051
squrlz4ever I’m inclined to give her anything I could get away with. Hubba Hubba.
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Male 287
I wonder how many men want to to go clam diving after seeing this video
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Male 5,341
tinfoilhatsociety I love diving for cooch.
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Male 10,070
tinfoilhatsociety Spectacular figure, right? She's been asked and she puts in many hours in the gym on a regular basis. It definitely shows.
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Male 195
squrlz4ever At 1:14, those are two beautiful conches.
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Male 2,381
I never understood why you would have a pool in a place like the Bahamas. But it's not like the place is the poster child for environmental sustainability:

"Queen conch caught in Puerto Rico, the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) is on the "Avoid" list because the populations are depleted or overfishing is occurring. In addition, the Puerto Rico and TCI fisheries target the overfished Caribbean spiny lobster, and the TCI fishery targets endangered hawksbill and green sea turtles."*

* "http://www.seafoodwatch.org/seafood-recommendations/groups/conch?o=1467259147"
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Male 967
lockner01 Partly salt water -v- fresh water.  Largely because once you start drinking, it is a good idea to be out of the waves, and shallow enough to stand.
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Male 46,093
lockner01   It's a fresh water vs sea water thing. Some people don't like ocean water.
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Male 10,070
lockner01 I'll have to look into this. All I know at this point is that there's a catch limit of 6 per vessel, according to Luiza in the video's comments section.
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Male 2,468
squrlz4ever I’d like to catch a Luiza:)
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